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8.4 / 10

(based on 9 ratings in 2015)


"The firm has a 'diversity week'. It's a massive part of the firm's culture and is definitely borne out in the people who work here."
First year trainee, London
"There has been a new women's initiative, which gets lots of attention in the firm. While some departments could be more diverse (for instance, employing more women), others (such as mine) have a lot of female partners. Partners generally take maternity leave so there isn't such a stigma about it."
First year trainee, London
"The firm is diverse in terms of ethnicities due to the fact it is so international. While the meetings taking place to discuss issues affecting women and the LGBT community could be more regular, these issues are being acknowledged by the firm."
First year trainee, London
"There seems to be a conscious effort to improve diversity and although it is a long road, it is gradually improving. I do feel that there needs to be more women in more senior roles, but this does seem to be increasing."
Second year trainee, London


"Personally, White & Case couldn't be more diverse, and they have an active women's and LGBT initiative."
Second year trainee, London
"The firm is very diverse in terms of ethnicity and nationality. However, I feel that women are under-represented on the partnership level. In my previous department, there were no female partners at all. In my current department, there is only one."
First year trainee, London
"Generally, there seems to be much more diversity in the intakes at White & Case than at other comparable city firms."
First year trainee, Tokyo
"I have found that most people at the firm are from different countries."
Second year trainee, London
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